history March 8, 2020 WOMEN in MINISTRY AGAIN Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post PentecostalTheology .com Previous articlePersonally combating the coronavirus Next articleThe 1933 William Branham Woman President Prophecy 10 Comments Reply June 25, 2019 Louise Cummings Pastor’s. Reply June 26, 2019 Louise Cummings I’ve never heard of women pastors priest. We have two women preachers in our church. I’m talking ours only. We have a lot of women preachers and all kind of workers , in the Church Of God but I have never heard them called priest. Reply June 26, 2019 Varnel Watson seems like THE Obvious thing here Philip Williams Reply June 26, 2019 Philip Williams My understanding is that priest derives from Old English word for elder. Can some linguist here confirm or correct that? Reply June 26, 2019 Philip Williams Wherever two or three are gathered in his Name, the Spirit of the Lord which gives liberty will be there. But the enemy also wants to destroy. That is why men led by the Lord are essential, providing protection for Godly women to have such liberty. In cases where the enemy may be present, Godly women will be silent. The greatest need in the church today are men truly devoted to the Lord. (I am not referring to men devoted to their profession.) That is what led to the great Pentecostal revival. There were also great Godly women participating in those meetings. Reply June 27, 2019 Varnel Watson https://news.artnet.com/exhibitions/does-fresco-in-ancient-roman-catacombs-show-woman-priest-270018 Reply June 26, 2019 Eugene Stiger Yes Reply June 27, 2019 Varnel Watson Should women preach in church? http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/should-women-preach-in-church/ Reply March 9, 2020 Varnel Watson TELL us Shannel Taylor Frances Strickland Bro Shane Brown do you have a video on this one? Reply March 9, 2020 Frances Strickland https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=xhE4aUXsUMo Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Leave a Reply to Varnel Watson Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.